The Grenada Citizenship by Investment Program requires applicants to invest a minimum of $350,000 in an approved real estate project, such as Kawana Bay, and to hold the investment for at least 3 years.

The government of Grenada has offered citizenship by investment since 2013. This new real estate project is approved by the Grenada Government as part of its successful and well-established Citizenship by Investment Program (CBI).

Typical total costs and fees, including minimum investment, look like this:

Single Applicant: $440,150

Family of Four: $460,900

Family of Six, including 2 grandparents: $527,400

Kawana Bay offers an excellent opportunity for investment with a strong financial return, while offering second citizenship, and all the financial, business, residential, and travel benefits associated with Grenada.

The program is based on the law and fully supported by the Government of Grenada and fully supported by the Government of Grenada The program allows for a real investment in real estate , not just a donation of funds to the government, unlike Dominica, not just a donation of funds to the government, unlike Dominica It is a low-profile passport, which is perfectly safe for travelling to specific countries and territories to specific countries and territories Dual citizenship is allowed.

You don’t have to renounce your other citizenship Beneficial tax regime – you will not be liable to any income tax, capital gains tax or inheritance tax. You get much better choice of places where to live, study and work , being a citizen of Grenada. Grenada Passport is issued for 5 years and is easily renewed upon expiration. Grenada offers you its positive international image leading to new life and business opportunities.

Although Grenada’s passport offers the unique features of granting visa-free travel to China as well as access to the United States via the E2 treaty program, interest in the country’s Citizenship by Investment Programme Greneda for many years remained sluggish, its potential somehow untapped. Perhaps even more impressive, the Grenada Citizenship by Investment Committee (CBIC), has been managing this growth even as they’ve been without a CEO for a very long time. Asked to explain the tremendous growth in program interest, Andrea St Bernard, Managing Partner of Henley & Partners Grenada, chalks it up mainly to improved and expanded marketing. “Following an official launch last November, Henley & Partners has spent considerable effort marketing the Grenada CBI program globally, highlighting its unique aspects  Good marketing of a great program has resulted in a rising profile for Grenada and increasing interest from prospective applicants,” remarked St Bernard.